Viola G. (Hubbard) Souva

May 6, 2012

Viola G. Hubbard Souva, 84; a resident of Sunrise Nursing Home, Oswego passed away Sunday, May 6th. She was born in Champion, NY to the late Clinton and Charlotte (Odett) Hubbard. Mrs. Souva was past employed with Will Baumer Candle Company, Liverpool, NY. She enjoyed being a foster care mom. Mrs. Souva was pre-deceased by her husband Norman in 2001, 1 sister and 4 brothers. She is survived by her six children: James (Patricia) Souva of New Haven, NY, Linda (Delbert) Stewart of Frederic, MI, Dennis Souva of North Syracuse, NY, Thomas (Beatrice) Souva of Oswego, NY; Debra (Peter) Tierno of Gaylord, MI; and Lisa (Mark) Hoyt of Fulton, NY; 13 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, 1 great great granddaughter, several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held 6:00 PM Thursday at Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with Rev. Moritz Fuchs officiating. Burial will be held privately at Fairdale Cemetery, Hannibal, NY. Calling hours will be conducted 4:00 to 6:00 PM Thursday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton.

3 thoughts on “Viola G. (Hubbard) Souva

  1. As Mom’s oldest daughter and the first one to make her a grandma, I know how she loved her grandbabies. Some of our best memories were times that we spent with her on picnics, at family reunions, fishing from the riverbanks, and on and on. Some of the most important times with her was when I was a young mother living on my own with two babies while their daddy was in Vietnam for a year. Although this was a tough time for her as she was still recovering from her accident, she had enough left in her to help me as a young mom. (She let me do my laundry there, too which I really appreciated!)

    Mom – I miss you, but I know you’re where you wanted to be for so long now – with Dad and all your family who’ve gone before you.

    Love you Mom!

  2. I am the oldest grandchild and I offer my condolence to my Uncle Denny,Uncle Tommy,Uncle Jimmy and my Aunt Lisa,Aunt Debbie and especially to my Mother Linda.

    Grandma will always be in my heart smiling and making me laugh.

    Tell Grandpa I said Hi.

  3. As one of grandma’s older grandchildren I will always remember the great times we all had as a family playing kickball, sitting on the porch and poking grandpa’s egg cartons! On 6th street there was never a shortage of kids around.
    I will never forget you.
    God bless you.

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